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BornBroken Recruits New Vocalist Matt Bailie

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After unleashing debut album "The Healing Powers of Hate" last month, Montreal, QC's BornBroken now announces the departure of vocalist Jesus Salazar, who will be replaced by vocalist Matt Bailie (ex-The Catalyst). Guitarist Mike Decker comments:

"We had come to a pass in the road; Jesus had some tough life decisions, which came down to no longer being able to sing for BornBroken. We have had 2 great years with Jesus and recorded a stellar debut CD. We wish him the best in his future projects and health. Thanks for everything! To all our fans, this bump in the road came with a glimmer of hope at the end. BornBroken was able to quickly fill the empty spot in the lineup and is happy to announce The Catalyst's ex-frontman Matt Bailie as the new singer. We will debut our live show with Matt on July 12th in Montreal at Foufounes Electriques supporting The Agonist."

Matt Bailie also comments: "I would like to thank Mike, Simon, Tommy & Joe for the opportunity to once again destroy and dominate on stage. BornBroken has big things planned for the not so distant future and I am glad to be a part of it. This is a new chapter for me musically and I personally cannot wait to unleash our music upon the masses, "Hear our cries...the Broken shall rise."

See BornBroken w/The Agonist on July 12th:

July 12, 2013 - Foufounes Electriques - Montreal, QC w/ The Agonist, Order In Disorder, Through Death, Evertrapped

You can also stream the band's full new album "The Healing Powers of Hate" at this location.

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